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Weslo Cadence G 5.9i Folding Treadmill w/ Bluetooth, Incline & 30-Day iFit Trial EXPIRED

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Walmart has Weslo Cadence G 5.9i Folding Treadmill w/ Bluetooth, Incline & 30-Day iFit Trial on sale for $249. Shipping is free.

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  • For the first time, you can pair your tablet to the Weslo Cadence G 5.9i and access iFit Ready technology. That means Google Maps workouts, comprehensive tracking, and top trainer workouts.
  • iFit brings some of the best personal trainers in the world straight to your screen, making it easy to find the perfect coach for you
  • Embark on a virtual journey around the world with your favorite personal trainer as incline-matching technology digitally adjusts your resistance to mimic real-world terrain
  • Participate in virtual boutique studio classes
  • Three personally-tailored workouts based on your fitness level and interest are sent to your equipment every day
  • Get smooth power with the 2.25 horsepower motor every time you work out. You'll love the quiet deck that takes you up to 10 mph. And the manual 2-position incline helps you take your intensity up a notch.
  • Say goodbye to bulky, always-in-the-way workout equipment. Simply fold your machine's treadmill deck up when you are done working out for a reduced product footprint of 60.25" x 29" x 31.25"
  • This integrated cushioning system reduces the impact on your joints
  • Easily toggle your incline to target and tone specific muscle groups and burn more calories

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My guess is no. It's fine for me, but it would probably struggle for someone your size. I've seen it struggle at slower speeds (1 mph) for someone weighing ~170 lbs.
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Would this be good for someone 6'2 and 225~ pounds? I want to do an hour of cardio 5 times a week and the most I'd go is 5-6 MPH. I worry with me being taller that the belt width isn't enough at 16'

Edit: If it helps, I go to the gym and try to jog at 5-6 MPH for about 50 minutes and walk at 3 MPH for about 10. Sometimes I do 55 minutes of jogging at 5 mph and 5 mins at 3 mph.
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12-07-2022 at 06:55 PM.
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Would this be good for someone 6'2 and 225~ pounds? I want to do an hour of cardio 5 times a week and the most I'd go is 5-6 MPH. I worry with me being taller that the belt width isn't enough at 16'
My guess is no. It's fine for me, but it would probably struggle for someone your size. I've seen it struggle at slower speeds (1 mph) for someone weighing ~170 lbs.
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12-07-2022 at 09:28 PM.
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Quote from BaskinRobinHood :
Would this be good for someone 6'2 and 225~ pounds? I want to do an hour of cardio 5 times a week and the most I'd go is 5-6 MPH. I worry with me being taller that the belt width isn't enough at 16'

Edit: If it helps, I go to the gym and try to jog at 5-6 MPH for about 50 minutes and walk at 3 MPH for about 10. Sometimes I do 55 minutes of jogging at 5 mph and 5 mins at 3 mph.
i also think that 16' is not enough. at https://www.treadmillreviews.net/...ers-guide/ it is suggested to have at least 20'
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12-08-2022 at 12:09 PM.
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Amazon showing $350 !! Do you think Amazon would price match Walmart ?
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12-08-2022 at 12:20 PM.
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Amazon showing $350 !! Do you think Amazon would price match Walmart ?
Amazon doesn't price match, so probably not.
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Thoughts on this for a walking desk?
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12-08-2022 at 02:25 PM.
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I've had one of these for years. It is great for walking, but I wouldn't recommend it for running. For the price, if you just plan on walking it is a great treadmill.
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Holy wow, my parents had this brand treadmill back in the 90s. Completely forgot about the brand and even the product line (Cadence).

I got nothing else but to just say this was a real throwback to read the manufacturer and this line of treadmills.
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12-08-2022 at 06:39 PM.
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A good cheap treadmill is always nice to have. But, these don't tend to be very comfortable. I can not do more than 3 miles on mine. But, it is easy to operate and move. Also, I got mine barely used for $110. Check your local lists before you buy new one.
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Would this be okay for a 211 lbs man for running? I have something right now and it is skipping.
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Quote from BaskinRobinHood :
Would this be good for someone 6'2 and 225~ pounds? I want to do an hour of cardio 5 times a week and the most I'd go is 5-6 MPH. I worry with me being taller that the belt width isn't enough at 16'

Edit: If it helps, I go to the gym and try to jog at 5-6 MPH for about 50 minutes and walk at 3 MPH for about 10. Sometimes I do 55 minutes of jogging at 5 mph and 5 mins at 3 mph.
As someone with your exact build, I would not recommend a 16' width. As someone else had suggested I got a 20' width deck, namely The Nordictrack T6.5 that has gone been posted here quite a few times on its seasonal sales the 55' length that is long enough to run on at that height without feeling like you'll run out of room. Was a little pricier than this, but I was having a difficult time finding something new with those dimensions.
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12-09-2022 at 08:45 AM.
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Would this be okay for a 211 lbs man for running? I have something right now and it is skipping.
The skipping might be caused by a lack of lubrication under the belt or incorrect tension on the belt.

Both easy fixes if you spend 20 minutes reading online or watching YouTube.
Treadmill belts should be lubricated a few times a year anyways.
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There is 10% cashback on cash back site.
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